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Mail sorting workshop

Is your email inbox cluttered, important mail getting erased by mistake? Want your email automatically sorted into folders? Then this is the session you want to be at. Whether it’s work related, from a doctor, or maybe that family reunion you’ve been planning for. to avoid that, we will teach you how to create mail rules and filters and sort them into folders. So important email doesn’t disappear.

So this Saturday at

2:30PM eastern

1:30PM central

12:30PM Mountain

And 11:30AM pacific time, SturItUp.com sponsored by TTJTech.net, we will be holding a special email sorting work shop. Not all email domains can be sorted, and I can only show you how to do it on the platforms I have worked with. Those are

ICloud

Gmail

And outlook

Gmail and outlook can be setup on iPhone, Mac, and even a PC. ICloud can only be done on iPadOS, and MacOS. So if this is something you want more info about, then join us this Saturday December 19th, 2020 at the above times and you will know how its done. It’s 1 of those things that once you set it up, you don’t have to do it again. To join the session click here

Thanks

Help session feb 27, 2021

Hello, thanks for signing up to join the Saturday virtual help Session, held every 2nd and 4th saturday from

1:00PM EST

12:00PM CST

11:00AM MST

And 10:00AM PST

  Brought to you by TTJTech.net and hosted by SturItUp.com

When attending these sessions please follow these guidelines:

1. Keep the background noise to a minimum.  Headset mics tend to pick up even the slightest movement.  If you know you will be multi tasking, please mute yourself.  You will have the ability to unmute when called on.  If you can’t keep the background noise down, then we will put you on a force mute.

2.  Please wait for your name to be called to unmute.  As stated above, you will be able tao control muting and unmuting, and we want to be respectful of other participants time to ask questions and get support.

3.  If you have something to add to an answer, or have a similar question, put your brief comments in the Chat section, and we will try and get to you promptly.

4. Be respectful of others time, and don’t badger or be rude to each other.  We want this Help Session to be a safe, respectful, and inclusive environment.

5. Lastly, you may ask any question related to apple products, how to’s, software, and hardware.  Anything beyond that we will not answer.

Thanks for complying, and let’s have fun!  If you need some 1on1 training, Email us and we will set something up.  Subscribe to the Calendar so you won’t miss any events.

To Join the help session, click here

Join Us For a Special iPad Presentation and Help Session Today!

At 3PM Eastern Time today, TTJ will hold a special session to discuss the iPad and our upcoming course, iPad For All Computing. Join us to find out which iPad is right for you, why you might want an iPad, the differences between WiFi Plus Cellular models and standard Wi-Fi models, and the numerous possibilities with this awesome device.

The session begins today at 3PM, and we will be accepting questions from the participants.

Tap Here to Join

Calling All Titanic enthusiasts

TTJ is looking for anyone with either curiosity or knowledge on the subject of the Titanic disaster for an upcoming episode of the TTJ Talk Podcast. In 2012, in time for the hundredth anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, Matt Vollbrecht, founder of The Tech Juggernaut, released a book he had written on the subject. Since that time, the book has remained available on the Apple Books Store, undergoing several revisions and enhancements and maintaining a solid 4 star rating with hundreds of readers.

Now in 2021, and just ten years after Matt began work on the book, he has just released the biggest rewrite of the book since its initial release. The book is accurate and up-to-date, complete with passenger lists, photos, web links, a glossary of terms, and hundreds of passenger stories. Already available on Apple Books, this new edition of the book will be released in soft-cover and audio formats by mid April, in time for another Titanic anniversary.

In preparation for those releases, and to celebrate the relaunching on Apple Books, we will conduct a podcast episode with a Titanic panel. If you have been fascinated with the Titanic and have anything to contribute to the discussion, or if you have questions, things you’ve always wondered about the Titanic, or even questions about the writing and book publishing process, we’d love to have you as a guest on our podcast.

To be part of this awesome podcast event, please send an email or an iMessage to:

Thetechjuggernaut@icloud.com

Please get in touch by Monday, February 22, so this panel-style episode can be scheduled.

The purpose of this informal podcast episode will be to discuss all things Titanic, including popular myths and controversies, ship amenities, passengers, disaster details, and the science behind the disaster, as well as what has changed since the time of Titanic. If time permits, we will also discuss the process of preparing a book for publishing on Apple Books and other digital stores, as well as for print media and audio book releases.

The book in question, “Titanic – The Most Complete Story Ever Told – Anniversary Edition”, gives an accurate and up-to-date retelling of every aspect of the Titanic saga, from its inception and construction to its more recent rediscovery. This book conveys a number of facts, even some little-known facts, but also focuses on people, builders, passengers, families, and more, and does it all with a casual writing style that captures emotional content over facts and figures, and that is appropriate for even young readers. What did Titanic’s passengers eat? Why were Titanic’s third class passengers kept below deck until it was too late? Would more lifeboats have solved the problem? Who was at fault? What was the last song played by the band? These topics, along with numerous others, are discussed in great detail. Finally, the book examines what has changed since Titanic’s time, and attempts to answer the question of whether a similar disaster could happen again.

Get in touch with us now to be part of the podcast, and look for further posts with links to the Apple Books, print, and audio formats of the book.

February 13 help session

Hello, thanks for signing up to join the Saturday virtual help Session, held every 2nd and 4th saturday from

1:00PM EST

12:00PM CST

11:00AM MST

And 10:00AM PST

  Brought to you by TTJTech.net and hosted by SturItUp.com

When attending these sessions please follow these guidelines:

1. Keep the background noise to a minimum.  Headset mics tend to pick up even the slightest movement.  If you know you will be multi tasking, please mute yourself.  You will have the ability to unmute when called on.  If you can’t keep the background noise down, then we will put you on a force mute.

2.  Please wait for your name to be called to unmute.  As stated above, you will be able tao control muting and unmuting, and we want to be respectful of other participants time to ask questions and get support.

3.  If you have something to add to an answer, or have a similar question, put your brief comments in the Chat section, and we will try and get to you promptly.

4. Be respectful of others time, and don’t badger or be rude to each other.  We want this Help Session to be a safe, respectful, and inclusive environment.

5. Lastly, you may ask any question related to apple products, how to’s, software, and hardware.  Anything beyond that we will not answer.

Thanks for complying, and let’s have fun!  If you need some 1on1 training, Email us and we will set something up.  Subscribe to the Calendar so you won’t miss any events.

To Join the help session, click here